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08166
Claim Number: 08166
Claimant: Hianana
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Waialua
Ahupuaa: Kawailua
Ili: Keae, Keekee, Mananamoku, Waiahalapoe, Paikoeke, Paakai, Opaeula, Kaluakoe
Statistics: 2414 characters 411 words
No. 8166, Hianana
N.R. 495-496v5


To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Hianana, hereby state my claim for land. I have a sweet potato kula at Keae, and a pali wauke. 2. Uwau is a mo`o which is mine, bounded on the east by Nalulei's land, on the west by a stream, on the north by a pali, on the south by a sweet potato kula and the pali wauke, and the steep firewood pali. 3. At Keekee is a pali wauke which is mine. 4. There are some orange trees at Mananamoku. 5. At Waiahalapoe there are trees /for wood/, bananas, taro and sweet potatoes. 6. At Paikoeke is a pali wauke ....

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.... of Hianana.

Apana 1. In Uau, some lo`I and the kula.
Apana 2. In Keekee, that is the `ili, a steep sweet potato field.

Apana 1:
Mauka, Anahulu Stream
Waianae, pali
Makai, pali of Uau
Koolaupoko, Anahulu Stream.

Apana 2:
Mauka, land of Nalulu
Waianae, pali
Makai, Anahulu Stream
Koolaupoko, road.

He received the land from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha I and it is undisputed.

L. Kuokoa, sworn, I know this is true.

[Award 8166; R.P. 3029; Anahulu Kawailoa Waialua; 2 ap.; 4.9 Acs]